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Massachusetts museum returns sacred items to Sioux tribes (

Leola One Feather, right, of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota on July 19, 2022, at the Founders Museum in Barre, Mass. Phil Marcelo / AP file To read the Associated Press article, please click here. About 150 artifacts considered sacred by the Lakota Sioux peoples are being returned to them after being stored at a small Massachusetts museum for more than a century. Members of the Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes traveled from South Dakota to take custody of the weapons,...

40 Acres and a School - Fundraising for Black Liberation in Massachusetts

I am a member of Done for DiDi: White Labor Collective - an international direct giving collective instructed by Black women and non-men organizers and executed by a network of white labor. We are redistributing white wealth - money, land, time, skills, and resources - to Black women and non-men. I’m sharing with your group the opportunity to participate and amplify an incredible campaign called 40 Acres and a School. The project is led by DiDi Delgado and Black Marginalized Genders (MaGes).

Teen Girls Need Better Public Spaces to Hang Out []

By Alexandra Lange, for Bloomberg CityLab, May 28th, 2021 When the playscape Swing Time popped up in Boston in 2014, visitors started having too much fun. The 20 hoop-shaped swings suspended from a white shade structure light up when in use, glowing purple with vigorous motion. Its creators at Höweler + Yoon Architecture had imagined people would swing in ones and twos. Instead groups tried to pile on together, hoping to share the sway and have a conversation. Susannah Walker, co-founder of...

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